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Bolivar Royal Coronas

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:124
Format:RobustoRing:50
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #60: Just received last week a box with a AGO 06 box date. Very good appearance with a nice colorado wrapper. I've had two sticks and they are a fine tribute to the former general himself. Loaded with spice and cacao, the cigar starts out bold and then mellows a bit towards the second third and then takes off again, and is great down to the nub. Excellent construction and a pleasure to hold. While not the powerhouse Bolivar once was in the mid 90's, this cigar is highly recommended. - Submitted by enriquez on February 5, 2007


Review #59: Reference review #57, I just received a new box and the appearance really has declined. I smoked one "green" when it came and was satisfied enough with the early flavor. Hoping a little humidor time will straighten the batch up. If so, I don't care what they look like. - Submitted by jchitwood on February 5, 2007


Review #58: Just cracked a box dated July 06. Absolutely perfect wrappers, a slight press, impecable draw, and flavor, flavor, flavor! Whatever the cubans have been doing, I say keep it up. Smooth, spicy, balanced, and perfect! Loads of leather, light cedar, and sweet spice. Smoke fills the mouth without any effort at all and leaves behind a taste I didn't want to ruin with 30 year old scotch. My taste buds are singing! A perfect 10 (a first) and this from a guy that doesn't like rubustos! I am ordering another box as soon as I finish typing. Wish I could afford a dozen. - Submitted by greg258 on February 1, 2007


Review #57: I smoked a couple early from a July, 2006 box and they have dropped in quality. The previous Royal Coronas were spectacularly flavorful. The new batch even has wrappers that look pretty sad. Fingers crossed that they rebound with the next batch. - Submitted by jchitwood on January 30, 2007


Review #56: very disappointed qith this stick, although it had a great smoke flavor, i could not even had 1 decent puff, it was so tight, that it was almost impossible tu suck anything out of it. It was so difficult and so frustrating, that after trying all i know to keep it on fire, i prefered to waste my 11 dollar stick, than being trying to smoke. - Submitted by rijks1 on January 15, 2007


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